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unsolved mysteries. an unusual appeal from the fbi tonight and a $5 million reward up for grabs. >>> and later, a beautiful sight making a difference for a lot of kids. >>> it was 23 years ago tonight one of the most daring, certainly the largest art heist ever happened in the isabella gardner museum in boston. tonight the fbi is making an unusual public appeal to get some of the stolen masterpieces back, and there is a $5 million reward up for grabs. our report from nbc's pete williams. >> reporter: it remains one of america's major unsolved mysteries. who broke into boston's gardner art museum march 19, 1990 and slashed 19 pieces of art out of their frames, the world's biggest art heist and property theft ever. three rembrandts and work by monet taken by two men disguised as policemen, who bluffed their way in and handcuffed the two guards on duty. just last year digging up the yard of a reputed mobster, this surprising announcement. the fbi knows who did it and just want the paintings back. >> we believe those responsible for the theft were members of a criminal organization
, a very vibrant leader from chicago is assassinated in his bed. by the local police working with the fbi. and organizations like the urban league and the naacp turn out in force and protests. here is on the top a rally in new york and on the bottom lima ohio. lima ohio and here is washington d.c.. detroit on the top, new orleans. the new orleans office below philadelphia. omaha. this is just to give you a flavor of some of the sort of spread of the party. so i want to close with just a couple words about why and what that might say more generally about insurgent movements. you know there are different kinds of politics and a lot of political power is built from below. people work with each other and they do organizing work. but there are limits to those kinds of power when it comes to organizing. institutionalized power. usually it is used to build and consolidate power for people in charge of those institutions and so there are many moments in history where people have been able to make a transformative change, not through the slow process of networking and organizing although that has
. there is breaking news on a deadly shooting at a military base home to the fbi training academy. a woman and a man are dead. good morning everybody, i'm bill hemmer. that's where we start in this version of "america's newsroom.". martha has time off. >> good for her. i'm heather childers filling in for her heather: a colonel getting emotional. >> they were all assigned to officers candidates school. all of the candidates in the school are accounted for and safe as we take care of our marines and their families, that are dealing with this tragedy. i would also can for the support of our neighbors, the community, and their thoughts and prayers as well. for our marines who have lost their comrades in arms. heather: marine base quantico is about 0 miles south of washington. bill: sergeant christopher zahn, a marine corps spokesman is with me now. good morning to you. >> good morning, sir. bill: i know this is always difficult. what can you report about what happened last night? >> we have three marines we lost last night which is never an easy day for anybody and i agree with the planning officer's em
. i know the fbi has spent a lot of time trying to figure that out, visiting, talking to associations who are involved with napoleonic memoribilia, to see was there a bounty for one of these? >> reporter: why did the thieves want that flag so badly? is it possible they were given a specific list of artwork to steal by a collector who especially loved those 13 works of art? that brings us to another theory, one that has been made popular by hollywood. >> $1 million, mr. bond. >> reporter: do you think it's possible they're in some private gallery owned by some eccentric billionaire somewhere like the dr. no type character? >> no. the whole idea that a collector's holding on to stolen magnificent works of art all came from that movie "dr. no." it was a 007 movie, james bond movie from 1962 where james bond is going through dr. no's lair and he sees a paint hanging on the wall. the painting had been stolen the year before. that actually did happen. in 20 years the fbi and five years since then doing these investigations, i have never run into a collector who had million dollar paintings
of the most famous art heists ever. the fbi saying they think they know who took the paintings in march 1990. brian ross has been tracking the twists and turns in this story since then. and he joins us now. it looks like your long search is finally over. >> getting closer. this has been a 23-year-long game of cat and mouse between the fbi and a long-suspected gang of boston art thieves with ties to local mobsters. this morning, the fbi says there's new hope they're getting closer to cracking the case. the theft was timed to the busiest day of the year for boston police, st. patrick's day. just after 1:00 in the morning with the party still going on downtown, two thieves dressed as police talked their way into the side entrance of the tiny gardner museum of art. in just 81 minutes they had perhaps the largest haul of stolen art in this country ever. there were no alarms and they methodically cut the selected paintings out of their frames. three rembrandts including his only known seascape, the storm on the sea of galile rks. and this masterpiece, lady and gentleman in black. one of only 31 wo
republicans talk to reporters about the budget. then f.b.i. director talks about how they can end antiterror operations. 4 years ago today we began providing televised access. the c-span networks created by america at cable companies in 1979 and brought to you by your television provider. john morton who heads up immigration enforcement was asked about a house panel about the 2,000 illegal immigrants being held at detention centers. >> the judiciary committee will come to order and the chair has declare recesses of the committee at any time. i want to take the opportunity to make members aware of our new policy regarding participation in sub committee hearings. i was asked if members who are not a member of the sub committee if they are allowed to participate in sub committee hearings. after giving it some thought i came up with some resolution without over burding the sub committees. those who are a member of the full committee may attend and that member can ask questions of the witnesses but only if yielded time by an actual member of the sub committee. i would ask member who is intend to
. and knowing there's always more in the world to see. it's the all-new lincoln mkz. >> shepard: fbi agents announced today they believe they know the identities of the suspects in the nation's largest ever art heist it happened in 1990, half a billion dollars of paintings in boston it happened exactly 23 years ago today. investigators say the thieves dressed up as cops, walked into the isabella stewart gardner museum and tied up the guards. 90 minutes later they are said to have walked out with 13 paintings from such masters as rembrandt and vermeire. the fbi didn't name the suspects at the time. but the fbi now says they are part of an organized crime ring on the east coast. >> for the first time we can say with a high degree of confidence we have determined that in the years since the theft, the art was transported to connecticut and to the philadelphia area. >> >> shepard: agents have had several leads over the year. nothing has panned out as far as we know. enough to they say the crooks recently tried to sell that stolen artwork. two people are dead and several others injured after a p
$500 million in paintings. rembrandt, degas, vermeer. well, today, the fbi says they have tracked the crooks to a new england crime organization, but there is a catch. the statute of limitations has run out. so, the criminals can basically continue to crack open their bottles of champagne. >>> and who knew the queen of england loves to play a kind of trick on guests? we found out about it in a new documentary, listen. >> where you have hidden it this time? >> it's fairly easy to see, isn't it? >> they're always mystified when i say, it's perfectly all right, just speak. >> we have learned that the queen likes a hidden microphone stashed on the table. this time, in a flower arrangement. so, before a dinner at buckingham palace, if she gives a quick speech, she gets surprised looks from the guests as her voice suddenly booms through the room. a little royal mischief. the documentary, by the way, is called "our queen." >>> and now, to some spectacular northern exposure. primetime for the northern lights. putting on a show tonight. take a look at the pictures taken from the skies over
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the hope is this drill will help them in the future by better preparing them for it. >>> the fbi is working with east bay police to track down a serial bank robber. the suspect is being called the button down bandit. on march 12th he robbed a wells fargo in pleasanton and robbed a chase bank in walnut creek. he's known to wear a gray button down dress shirt and dress black shoes. >>> there is new information about the shooting at a san francisco nightclub we first told you about right here. the san francisco entertainment commission shut down the 330 rich club for the entire weekend. witnesses say an argument broke out just before 1:30 saturday morning at the accomplishment. a gunman opened fire both inside and outside of the club. three people were wounded. two men in their 20s and a man in his 30s remains in the hospital in critical condition. they are reviewing surveillance footage. >>> we are hearing the 911 call that was made after the fatal shooting of a 13-month-old boy. >> the woman told police two boys tried to rob her and shot her baby
have brand new stories and breaking news. >> the fbi on the scene of the university of central florida after a suspicious death there. plus explosives were found inside a dorm. we're live with breaking details. >>> the gop's bold new plan for the future. what the party needs to connect with voters it finds. >>> china out with a new warning for the united states about plans to beef up our missile defense system. how this could impact growing tensions with north korea. it's all "happening now.". >>> fox news alert on a campus in chaos. police are investigating a apparent suicide find weapons and explosive devices at the university of central florida. that is how we begin this monday. i'm jon scott. jenna: i'm jenna lee. ucf is canceling classes just hours after evacuating a dorm where a student was found dead, forcing 500 students out of that building. right now police say it appears the man died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. phil keating live in miami, with more on this, phil? >> reporter: hi, jenna. no class is happening on the ucf campus this morning the ucf campus sits on the ea
long. >>> for more we bring in former fbi special agent brad garrett. we heard for investigators the worst sort of case, a crime at this point without motive and without suspects. the murder of a top corrections official obviously very unusual but there's belief it could actually be related to a specific ruling that he made about a case just one week ago. at this point, brad, what are your thoughts here? >> well, i don't know if you can jump to that conclusion. in other words, mr. clements' position as director of the department of corrections could well have -- it may be a job-related homicide like your example, but just as relevant is the personal side of mr. clements. is this something that has to do with another aspect of his life, his family's life and so investigators are stuck, i believe, at this point at looking at this very large circle. did he know the person who arrived at his home that ultimately shot him? was that a prearranged meeting and hopefully the police have figured that out at this point. so there's a lot of moving parts to this case, but it doesn't appear to
susan rice blamed the deadly attack on a video. the f.b.i. investigating how a man was able to pose as a pilot and gain ablg ses to the -- access to a u.s. airways cockpit flight in philadelphia. the man had on an air france uniform and i.d. and ended up in the jump seat behind the captain. he was caught when he failed to show real credentials. the airlines says no passengers were ever in danger. those are your headlines this friday morning. >>steve: meanwhile president obama on his way now to bethlehem. he visited israel's memorial to the holocaust victims a short time ago during the third day of his first presidential trip to israel. >>brian: we're live in jerusalem following the trip. hey, leland. >> good morning, brian. the issue from the president is not so much what he's saying. he's saying the same thing in terms of the substantive issues about iran and about a palestinian state. but more about how he is saying it. he's going out of his way to show great empathy towards the israeli people and boy is it working. front page of both daily newspapers here, you say president obama
sheriff's office and campus police and fbi trying to figure out what he was doing with those ieds, handguns and assault weapon. campus opened right around noon to students here on campus, however, that dorm room, tower 1 right there where we're pointing to you right now, remains closed at this hour. and we're not quite sure, suzanne, where they're going to reopen it again. back to you. >> kelli, what do they say about this student? do they have any idea of why he would have these explosives in his room or if it was any connection at all to any particular groups or something he was involved in? >> sure. they are being very quiet and very tight-lipped about what they know about this student. a lot of rumors rolling around as i talk to students, but nothing that is official. what we know is a call came in to campus police for a fire alarm and somebody with a gun on campus. they immediately evacuated the area and transported them to the student union until they found out more information. suzanne. >> all right. kelli, thank you. appreciate it. >>> at least 43 homes remain evacuated ne
. >> there'll be confused initially so we will keep an eye on that. >> the fbi and robert police are looking for a serial bank robber called the hon beat banned it. this was everyone's model from demand a suspect of robbing three banks in sonoma county. he is known for giving out demanding notes and wearing a hooded sweatshirt during robberies. police say was last seen getting into a 1990's jeep wrangler with faded red paint. >> police are looking for a head coach of a traveling bay area baseball team. he is suspected of molesting one teenaged boy, and secretly film and other and a bathroom. investigators say there may be more victims'. a $300,000 arrest warrant has been issued for 52 year old cajojoel kaufmann of orinda. he coaches the california smoke baseball club out of san jose. its players are all over the bay area. he is also the owner of triple play u.s. a, a batting cage facility in san leandro. >> filed the charges are true. >> police first arrested kaufman in august after the parents of a boy he allegedly molested called around the police but no charges were filed at that time. >>
. >>> the fbi is now working with east bay police to track town a serial bank robber. the suspect is being called the button down bandit. police say on march 12th he robbed a wells fargo in pleasanton. he's also charged of robbing a chase bank. the suspect is then to wear a gray long sleeve button down collared shirt with black dress shoes. >>> drug agents in los angeles say it's no laughing matter. they have taken down a crime ring distributing laughing gas. they served search wantons 17 areas. on the streetst it's nicknamed noz and users say they inhale the gas for a cheap high. >> the gas can be taken home and huffed or taken to a large underground party where balloons are sold $3-$5 a pop. >> the feds seized large tanks of noz which weighed a total of 36,000 pounds. they have a street value of $20 million. >>> the president of cypress is in belgium seeking a last minute reprieve. if he can't strike a deal with the european union by tomorrow the bank will cut off emergency funds to banks in cypress. the government had agreed with its lenders to place a 20% tax over any account above $10
with the fbi and interpoll and the cia, talk national intelligence agency and the homeland security. by the time bloomberg was mayor and ray kelly was police chief. they came back and said to ray kelly and the mayor, it's not useful. we have been for a couple of years in washington and we have learned almost nothing. a lot of bureaucracy, gossip, hard information. the agencies often don't talk to each other. they are competing with one another. washington, d.c., isn't a great place to gather intel on terrorist operations around the world. so ray kelly with bloomberg's support had an idea. why don't we redeploy the new york intel squad to global cities one by one? one to singapore, one to frankfurt, one to hong kong, one to rio, send them to the places where we are likely to get valuable information. let them coordinate and cooperate with the intel unit in other cities around the world. let do city to city security intelligence gathering. for the last seven or eighth or nine years that's what new york city has been doing. i can't say i'm not a security expert that's the reason we hav
are the second-largest contributor to the joint terrorism task force in the country outside of the fbi itself. important work needs to go on. in my view, we should not take and divert resources from domestic investigations to the detention budget if that would mean fewer child exploitation cases, fewer special agents on the streets, few were drug- trafficking cases. >> ice has a mandate to maintain 34,000 beds. how many individuals do you feel can safely be released under an alternative detention? >> the alternative detention program has an enormous amount of promise. there is a very high rate of appearance for the full-service model. long-term, it is something congress should pay a lot of attention to. i think it could help some of the budget challenges that the committee and other committees are wrestling with. district alternative to the tension is to make sure the case is heard quickly. the average cost of alternative detention of a full-service model is $7 per day compared to as much as $122 a day. if the case takes much longer to be heard and decided, eventually you lose the benefit of
university student. the fbi is now in the case. he did not have his cell phone or wallet with him when he was last seen march 16th. he was on approved leave from the school when he disappeared. his sister said he had been struggling recently with depression. >>> t-mobile says no more contracts. the phone giant will now charge customers flat prices for minutes and texting. only prices for web usage would vary depending on how much data you wanted. charges are already available online. >>> allergy experts are reportedly exceptth expecting a robust allergy season. some are calling it a pollen nightmare. western and central states already are seeing above average pollen counts. most of that due to above average rainfall. >>> the u.s. supreme court is gearing up to hear two big cases involving same-sex marriage beginning tomorrow. and people are lining up outside the court to witness history. some have been camped out in the cold since thursday night. they're vying for about 250 seats reserved for the public for each case while many are waiting in line to hear the debate for themselves, others
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